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How to Remove an Iron-on Patch

by Maria Magher
One of the many benefits of an iron-on patch is that it's not permanent. With a little effort, you can remove the patch to replace it with another item or to restore the original look of the garment. All you need is a little heat or adhesive remover, and then you'll have a blank fashion slate to wor...

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